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263. One Lost Lamb

Text Information
First Line: Ninety-nine were safely sheltered
Title: One Lost Lamb
Author: D. O. T.
Publication Date: 1907
Language: English
Refrain First Line: O'er the mountain goes the Shepherd
Tune Information
Name: [Ninety-nine were safely sheltered]
Composer: D. O. Teasley
Incipit: 32311 23435 43543 24323
Key: B♭ Major

Text Information:

For Male Voices.

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